Hiking in CT – Lover’s Leap State Park

Lover's Leap is a Connecticut State park located in New Milford along the Housatonic River and straddles the Housatonic Gorge. The history of this park is dark and full of mystery! The signature attraction is the red wrought-iron bridge built in 1895 and one of four iron lenticular truss bridges remaining in Connecticut. It rises 100' above the rocky gorge below. Don't look down if

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Romeo, Romeo, where fore art thou – in Verona?

You know how the story goes.... those unforgettable words spoken by Juliet from that famous balcony supposedly in Verona- not really! Very touristy spot! I skipped Casa di Giulietta. There were however two real feuding families in Verona called the Capuleti's and the Montecchi's.  Juliet never lived in the 1300's Gothic style house so popular with tourists in Verona.  Instead to show their love the

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